Mcfc.com is the place you’ll need to stop-by first in order to keep up with the club as we turn the States sky blue.
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(PRWEB) July 9, 2010
mcfc.com launched yesterday – sister site to mcfc.co.uk, the official site of Manchester City Football Club and is especially tailored for US followers.
This site will be the first stop for American fans to find breaking news stories and exclusive features with a distinctly US theme.
For newer fans, it will be a chance to get to know the club a little better and understand why Manchester City Football Club is unique in so many ways, not least because of the fantastic and loyal support that has long been the envy of other English Premier League teams.
MCFC will be tracking down familiar faces to City fans on both sides of the Atlantic and featuring celebrities and sports stars from all walks of life.
And like the UK site, the content will be fresh and exclusive with player and manager interviews, news, features and videos as well as extensive coverage and daily updates from the forthcoming US tour which kicks off later this month.
Mcfc.com is the place you’ll need to stop-by first in order to keep up with the club as they turn the States sky blue.
MCFC will be stopping in Portland (Oregon), New York, Atlanta and Baltimore where City will take on two MLS soccer teams on the tour and play high-profile matches at four different venues.
The players and management will also be visiting various community projects and meeting American fans in person – and this is the place you’ll need to visit to find out when and where these events will be.
The itinerary starts on July 17 against Portland Timbers at Merlo Field on the campus of the University of Portland and continues as the Blues travel east to New Jersey to take part in the New York Challenge Tournament, playing Sporting Lisbon on July 23 and New York Red Bulls on July 25.
On July 28 the Blues will take on Club America at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta before wrapping up the tour against Inter Milan at Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium on July 31.